Types of couple - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Types of couple:

Explain about different types of couple?

 Sol.: There are mainly two types of couples:

1. Clockwise Couple

 

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A couple whose tendency is to rotate body, on which it acts, in clockwise direction, is called as a clockwise couple. Such a couple is called as positive couple.

 

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2. Anticlockwise Couple

A couple whose tendency is to rotate body on which it is acting, in anticlockwise direction is called as anticlockwise couple. Such a couple is called as Negative couple.

 

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